Supercomputer Predicts Final Premier League Table After Chelsea’s January Spending Spree
- Chelsea have had the busiest January transfer window among all the Premier League teams
- The Blues have acquired the services of eight new players, with Joao Felix, Mudryk and Enzo Fernandez all joining them
- However, the new signings are projected to make a minimal impact on Chelsea's performance for the remainder of the season
- The west Londoners are predicted to finish outside of the top four, with rivals Arsenal securing the title
A supercomputer has predicted the final Premier League table after the conclusion of the January transfer window.
Chelsea were the biggest spenders of the window as they splashed over £300 million on new signings.
According to The Sun, the Blues signed a total of eight players in January, with the likes of Joao Felix, Mykhailo Mudryk and Enzo Fernandez all moving to Stamford Bridge.
However, despite the new additions, the west Londoners are projected to finish outside the top four at the end of the season.
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Graham Potter's men have endured a disastrous run of form that has seen them drop to the mid-table with 29 points.
Supercomputer's Premier League prediction
According to a supercomputer prediction, the 2021 Champions League winners will have to settle for an eighth-place finish at the end of the season.
SunSport reports that Boffins over at bettingexpert have compiled BETSiE, a supercomputer which has made a projection on how the final table will look after the January transfer window.
In their prediction, Arsenal look set to win the Premier League title with 88.5 points, with Man City finishing second with 82.9 points.
Man United have been backed to seal a third-place finish ahead of Newcastle United, who are in line to complete the top-four podium.
Elsewhere, Southampton have been given no chance for survival, with the side set for relegation alongside Bournemouth and Everton.
Fan want Chelsea investigated
Earlier, Sports Brief reported a cheeky football fan has lodged a petition, calling on UEFA to investigate Chelsea and their massive spending spree this January.
The Blues have signed eight players this window, with Benfica ace Enzo Fernandez their most expensive acquisition.
More than 1,000 people have already signed the written request, with another 500 making it more likely to get picked up.
Source: Sports Brief News